Over the next three weeks, I’m deeply diving into the unconscious ways you block intimacy in your marriage. This week we’re going to look at transference in relationships. Read more
Tips, tools and advice for you on creating and maintaining healthy relationships with those who matter.
Relationships come in many forms. But have you ever considered that your relationships are a gift in some way or another? Different types of relationships can give us a lot, but many also take from us. While this can be challenging, it also provides us with the opportunity for personal growth. Read more
Before you can understand hope in your relationship we have to ask. What does hope mean to you?
The dictionary definition of hope is: “A feeling of expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen. A feeling of trust.”
Okay, so I’ve missed Valentines Day. It will come again. But in the meantime, do you know what your love language is?
So what’s your favourite season? I love the autumn, and it’s definitely on its way! Right now, I’m looking outside my window and noticing the leaves blowing around in the light breeze. Some get blown off, and others cling to the branches of the trees. And this got me thinking about boundaries in relationships. Read more
Have you ever wondered why your partner always seems to want to escape when you argue?
Or perhaps why you always seem to be the one trying to get them to stay in the room and make things better.
It might all be down to attachment styles. Read more
Ever found yourself giving in and putting the needs of someone else first or second-guessing yourself? Can you relate? Then you know why setting personal boundaries are so hard. Read more
There are only a couple more days until Valentine’s Day.
So to get into the spirit of the day, I’m sharing thoughts and sayings about love. These are from people who I think you’ll find have something interesting to say about this thing called love.
And I’ve chosen these 20 love quotes because they’re timeless. They’re thoughts not just about happy, romantic love but of the many different types of love and phases of love. Read more
Hard to imagine that sitting quietly and focusing on the breath for as little as 20 minutes a day can improve your love life.
But hear me out, practising mindfulness can help make you a better lover and life partner. Read more
Last time I wrote about How Playfulness Can Help Improve Your Relationship. If you missed part one of the series of click here to read that now.
Two of the main reasons why couples in long-term relationships separate are boredom and lack of intimacy. So it follows that play, enjoyment and fun are vital to keeping a sense of connection between you and your partner.